Serious offenses against Stan Swamy; ‘India is committed to protecting human rights’: Center

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  • Q. The imprisonment of Stan Swamy is a legal action
  • The country has an independent judiciary
  • The country is committed to the protection of human rights

New Delhi: The Center has issued a statement on the death of human rights activist Stan Swamy following criticism from various international agencies, including the UN Human Rights Council. The Union Foreign Ministry said Stan Swamy was jailed as part of a legal process.

Q. The UN human rights body said it was “deeply saddened” by the death of Stan Swamy and that it could not accept the 84-year-old priest’s detention without trial. The UNHRC also demanded the release of these detainees. This was followed by an explanation from the Union Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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The Center has said the charges against Father Stan Swamy are serious. The country’s courts denied Stan Swamy bail due to the seriousness of the crime. The Foreign Ministry said that India is committed to the protection of human rights and has human rights commissions at the central and state level. “The country has an independent judiciary,” he said in a statement.

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Father Stan Swamy, a Jesuit priest and human rights activist, died Monday morning. He died in a private hospital in Mumbai after being incarcerated by the UAPA in connection with the Bhima Koregaon case. His death occurred while a court of law was examining his application for bail.

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